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a crippling storm, preparations under way to send in the national guard, as this relentless system paralyzes the northeast, trapping motorists in up to 6 feet of snow. parts of all 50 states now below freezing. terror attack, new details about those seven minutes of horror inside a synagogue isn't jerusalem. three americans among the dead. israel vows revenge with a heavy hand. >> another woman coming forward, claiming to be a victim of sexual aassault by bill cosby. the former supermodel details the night she claims the comedian drugged and raped her. you will hear those accusations in her own words coming up. good morning, welcome to "early start." i'm christine romans. it's 5:00 a.m. in the east. john berman has the morning off. a deadly snowstorm buries buffalo, new york, this morning. more snow on the way, folks,
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upwards of 5 feet already on the ground in some parts of erie county. another foot is expected next. abandoned vehicles turning roads into parking lots. and banning unnecessary travel while crews try to clear those roads. at least four people now dead. one in an auto accident. three others from cardiac arrest while shoveling this heavy snow. in at least one case, emergency crews were unable to transport the 81-year-old victim because the roads are impassible. 24 members of the niagara university women's basketball team just rescued from their bus. we are proud to say. they had been stuck for more than 30 hours on the interstate, as they returned home from a game. and another band of good news this morning. firefighters had to deliver a baby in a firestation because they couldn't get the mother to the hospital. buffalo's fire commissioner reports that baby girl is safe and healthy this morning. now, this giant snowstorm is not finished with western
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new york state just jet. cnn's jennifer gray has more. she is in buffalo this morning. >> reporter: christine, welcome to south buffalo. this is lake-effect snow in full force. you can see the blowing snow. snow is coming down, sometimes at 2 inches per hour. there are areas around buffalo that have received almost 50 inches of snow. another 2 feet possible tomorrow. by the time this is said and done, low-end estimates could be 70 inches. in just look at this. cars over here, completely bury we passed cars left and right that were completely stuck. and look how powdery this is. when you just get in it and it's so fluffry. we're estimating this is a ratio of 15 to 20 to 1. that means you take 15 to 20 inches of this snow, you melt it down and it qualls 1 inch of water. so this is very, very powdery. the plows have been out here all day, though. the driving is just stretchers, though. it's very dangerous out here.
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most folks are just staying at home which is a good idea. we are going to get another round of this thursday into thursday night. and so this could be one of the worst lake-effect snow events this area has ever seen. christine. >> yeah, you gate better -- talking about the 70s for any kind of comparison. is there any relief in sight? indra petersons, she's got an "early start" forecast on the snow. >> you talk 70 inches of snow. that's the record in anywhere in the united states for 24 hours. now take a look at these totals when you see that perspective, how big of lake-effect snow event this really is, talking the potential of 6 feet of snow in many places especially in upstate new york. the reason for that, you have that cold arctic air that we've been dealing with with that huge effect over the lakes there. notice the difference. we keep talking about buffalo. look at the borderline. it's the direction of the wind or the direction of the fetch. how much distance you have for
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that cold arctic air to go over it. it makes such a huge difference. places like buffalo's airport, only 3.9 inches. notice three miles southeast of the region, 42 inches of snow fall. that's how drastic a difference you can see in a short period of time. the same reason people are getting stuck on the roads. they're not realizing the intensity of these storms just a few miles away. what we're looking at a little breather that snow will wind down. but another shot of arctic air is coming behind it by tomorrow. enhancing more lake-effect snow in the exact same region. for everyone else, it means another chance for all 50 states today to see temperatures somewhere below freezing. d.c. currently 22. down to the south pensacola, florida, currently 26 degrees. this is the story. it's not going anywhere. temperatures well below normal day after day. the reason for it again, we keep talking about, that omega block. as long as we have this powder in place, you're going to notice
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wave after wave of cold air. look at the one for next week. diving all the way down to the south again. looks like it's not going anywhere. >> damn you, omega block. >> i feel the same way. four minutes past the hour. we now know more this morning about the deadly terror attack on a jerusalem synagogue. two palestinian cousins barged into the temple in the western part of the holy city on tuesday. a gun, butcher knives, they killed four rabbis and a police officer. the israeli prime minister calling the attackers human animals on tuesday night. for the latest, i want to turn to cnn's atika shubert live in jerusalem. three rabbis were american. one was british. dual citizenship. why was this particular synagogue targeted? do we know anything about the motive of these two young cousins? >> reporter: well, we know that the city had been tense in the days before, particularly because a palestinian bus driver was found hanged in his bus.
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and the israeli police had said it was a suicide. but a lot of palestinian residents in east jerusalem just didn't believe that. so there was a lot of anger on the streets the day before. now, we don't know exactly why these two cousins carried out the attack in the synagogue. but a lot of the family and residents say the death of that bus driver may have been the trigger. and this is something that police will be looking at. but the city is reeling from this. because it's really the first time we've seen an attack like this on a place of worship, on a synagogue, in many years. i want to show you actually the head line. you can see this the kind of graphic photo from inside the synagogue yesterday. prayer shawls and soaked in blood, the head line says in the midst of prayer. the fact that a place of worship has been taxied like this that i think has hit home for many israelis in west jerusalem.
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this is really unprecedented in many ways. many feel it's a stepup and escalation. >> that same photo on the cover of the "new york daily news" here this morning, people shocked at an attack. such a brazen attack, people were peacefully worshipping. that's what makes this so chilling in what has been escalation of violence for months now. thank you for that. a virginia woman is behind bars for her alleged ties to isis. police say 29-year-old heather coffman conspired to provide materiel support to the islamic group. investigators built their investigation against her with investigations of undercover interviews and her own inflammatory social media posts. her neighbors in had shock. >> astonished by the sight. can't even believe that literally something like this is happening right in my back yard. horrifying what they're doing.
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it's one of those things where i can't even comprehend someone sympathizing. it's just sickening. >> coffman is expected to appear at a hearing in virginia. secretary of state john kerry has reportedly pushed back his trip to vienna as negotiators there look to hammer out a nuclear deal with iran by that november 24th deadline. kerry originally scheduled to join western diplomats in the austrian capital today. iran says it will revisit extensions on its nuclear program in change for relaxed western strayed sanction. kerry is delaying his arrival in vienna to some time later in the week. live from tehran is cnn's rez qaa za sayah, why the change, reza? >> reporter: christine, not clear why u.s. secretary of state john kerry has delayed his trip. rest assured he is going to be there at some point. the final round of these talks in vienna just getting under way. no one is expecting an agreement
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or breakthrough today. the next days, they have a shot of making history, iran, the western power, washington, that could take a huge step in normalizing and drastically changes the geopolitical dynamics in the middle east. if there is no deal, it's likely that it will stay the same and the nuclear standoff will don't drag on. here, there is a lot at stake, especially for the iranian people tired of sanctions. they're looking forward to an outcome as well. almost all representatives of these two sides in vienna at this hour. on one side, you have iran represented by its foreign minister and russia, china, uk, germany and france, in the next five days, they'll try to hammer out a plan that will address
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everyone's needs. and then you have the world powers in washington, they want to curtail iran's nuclear program. reduce the capacity for them to enrich uranium. so we'll see. a lot at stake in the coming days, christine. in the leadup to the november 24th monday deadline. >> reza sayah in tehran. thanks, reza. a critical setback for critics of the keystone xl pipeline. but this controversial proposal is by no means dead. single vote 59-41. louisiana's democratic senator mary landrieu a leading sponsor of that measure was hoping she would get passed in order to boost her chances of winning a runoff election in december. she insists the fight for the pipeline is not over yet. >> it's been on my agenda. and it's stage on my agenda. and i'm going to do everything i can to help america become energy independent.
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and to outside the assets and resources that we have, and most importantly be a partner with our best ally which is canada. >> republican leaders are already promising to bring up the keystone pipeline next year after they take control of the senate. new details about president obama's immigration plans. under executive order the president will allow undocumented parents of u.s. citizens and illegal permanent residents to stay in the country. this is according from bloomberg. the president's order is expects to stop short at the parents of children brought to this country illegally. police caught the man suspected in a fatal subway shoving in new york city. kevin darden was arrested tuesday at his mother's house. authorities say the 34-year-old has a long rap sheet and is also accused of pushing another way on the tracks earlier this month.
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wai kuen kwok was killed sunday when darden pushed him into an oncoming train while his wife watched. stocks are lower right now. it might finally be time to snap the record sweep. the s&p 500 climbed to a record high. the dow also closed at a high, another stock, apple, apple closed at $115 a share. the highest price ever. look at this rally. this storm, apple shares at 47%. it's now the most valuable company in the world. worth about $667 billion. $300 billion more than rival google. could apple one day be worth $1 trillion, legendary investor carl icahn thinks so. another accusation of sexual assault against comedian bill cosby. this time a well-known supermodel comes forward with the details what she claims the comedian did to her. that's next.
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new this morning, another accusation of sexual assault against iconic comedian bill cosby. tv host and supermodel janice dickinson telling "entertainment tonight" she met cosby in 1982 to discuss a possible role on "the cosby show." listen to what she describes
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what happened. >> after dinner, in my room, he'd given me wine and a pill. and the next morning i woke up and i wasn't wearing my pajamas. and i remember before i passed out that i had been sexually assaulted by this man. >> cosby is not commenting this morning. cnn has learned netflix is postponing the repiece of the comedian's stand-up special "bill cosby 77" that was expected to start streaming the day after thanksgiving. new video that appears to show police officer darren wilson in ferguson, missouri, involved in an altercation on the job in 2013. it comes as the embattled town awaits a grand jury decision whether to indict wilson for the shooting death of michael brown. listen as wilson approaches a resident for having derelict vehicles on his property. >> what's your name, sir?
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>> i'm recording this incident, sir. do i not have the right to record? >> no, you don't. >> the video is grainy but cnn has received a police report confirming that was wilson. this is after 16 days of protest in ferguson after michael brown was killed. a texas judge rejecting a defense motion to have felony abusive power charges against governor rick perry dismissed. perry's lawyers argued the special prosecutor had been sworn in improperly rendering his work on this case invalid. but the judge declined to throw out the case over paperwork technicalities. perry is accused of publicly training to carry out a veto in a case. and a cube undoctor now the latest westerner to be diagnosed with ebola. felix baez sarria is being sent
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the arctic blast is pummeling the northeast has left many people stranded in their vehicles including the niagara women's basketball team. 20 women in a stuck bus. andy scholes has the "bleacher report." the team played in pittsburgh monday night. then they tried to make their way to update new york. that's when they got stopped. they stopped driving at 2:00 a.m. tuesday. they were on the but for more than 30 hours. good news, in the last hour they have been rescued. the team chronicled the entire event by posting pics on social ed me. they said state roomers came by and brought them snacks.
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just off the bus one of the coaches tweeted thank you for rescuing you, ny state police. we did get a nice happy ending to that. the team bus was stranded near the stadium where the buffalo bills are playing. the bills are hosting the jets on sunday. in the meantime, the bills player having fun with the snow. here's defensive end mario williams trying to take his dog for a walk. check out the poor guy. he has to hop around. can barely get through the snow. his teammate, marquise goodwin, meanwhile, he was braving the snow. he said the snow doesn't scare me as he took his shirt off. an awesome picture right there. vikings running back adrian peterson will not be back on the football field. peterson lost his arbitration against the nfl where he was challenging their decision to keep him on the commissioner's exempt list. earlier tuesday, peterson was suspended for the remainder of the season without pay by roger goodell. he pleaded no contest to
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reckless assault of a child. the players association says it plans to appeal the suspension. the latest rankings last night, as expected alabama is taking over the top spot. they're number one. despite the loss to bama, the bulldogs are still in the playoffs right now. they dropped only to number four. oregon still number two. undefeated florida state is third. tcu is on the outside looking in at five. followed by ohio state and baylor. christine, right now, everyone's got their arguments. everyone's got pretty much one loss. it's like whose resume is better than whose. it's going to be interesting to see who ends up in the playoffs come december. >> thank you. coming up, snow slamming parts of the northeast. the rest of the country feeling the system. is there relief in sight? we have your forecast. my futur.
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a deadly snowstorm. the lake-effect storm slamming upstate new york. a staggering 6 feet of snow. a state of emergency declared as rescue crews raced to help those stran stranded. and the country faces the coldest day in decades. homegrown terror. a woman in custody. her neighbors shocked after authorities raided her home. had her secret endeavors and her alleged ties with terror group isis. nationwide recall. the fed demanding fixes to more than, get this, 20 million
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vehicles for nearly a dozen automakers for removing potentially explosive air bags for those vehicles immediately. welcome back to "early start." i'm christine romans. john berman has the morning off. let's start with the deadly snowstorm bearing down on buffalo, new york. guess what, more snow on the way. upwards of 5 feet already on the ground in some parts of erie county and at least another foot is expected. abandoned vehicles turning roads into parking lots. county officials declaring a state of emergency banning unnecessary travel while crews try to clear the roads. at least four people are dead. one in an auto accident. three others from cardiac arrest while shoving the snow. emergency crews were unable to transport the 81-year-old victim because the roads are impassible. there's one bit of good news in all of this. firefighters had to deliver a baby in a firestation because they couldn't get the mother to the hospital. buffalo's fire commissioner reports this morning the baby girl is safe and healthy.
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the giant snowstorm is not finished with western new york state yet, cnn meteorologist jennifer gray is up to her waist with this story for us. she's in buffalo with more. yen per. >> reporter: christine, welcome to south buffalo. this is lake-effect snow in full force. you can see the blowing snow. snow is coming down, sometimes at a2 inches per hour. there are areas around buffalo that have received almost 50 inches of snow. another 2 feet possible tomorrow. by the time this is said and done, low-end estimates could be 70 inches. and just look at this. cars over here. completely buried. we passed cars left and right that were completely stuck. and look how powdery this is. when you just get in it. and it's so fluffy. we're estimating this is a ratio of 15 to 20 to 1. that means you take 15 to 20 inches of this snow, you melt it down, and it equals 1 inch of water. so this is very, very powdery. the plows have been out here all
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day, though. driving is just treacherous, though. and it is very dangerous out here. most folks are staying at home which is a good idea. we are going to get another round of this thursday into thursday night. and so this could be one of the worst lake-effect snow events this area has ever seen. christine. >> wow, it's just unbelievable. these totals. is there any relief in sight for buffalo? indra petersons, these numbers are unreal. >> they're unbelievable, because it's so cold. you just heard jennifer tell us that ratio 15 to 1. the reason you have sage strong ratio there is because the air is that cold. we're talking about records being set here. this could be an emic snowstorm. most snow in 24 hours anywhere in the united states. that was 76 inches in colorado. they could already be breaking those records with totals like these. keep in mind, this is only the first wave of the storm. what is going on? that water much warmer and the
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crazy arctic air over it. with that, all the snow piling up at the end of the lake. keep in mind, it's about location, location. buffalo just on the northern tier here. luke at places just south of them they're seeing a huge difference as far as totals. right in buffalo, 3.9 inches. three niles the southeast. that's a big difference. 42 inches of snow. so that's a big change we keep talking about. yes, the snow will start to die down today but another wave of cold air is expected again right over the lake. with that, more snowfall, in addition to what we're seeing by the time we go through tomorrow. there goes round two for the rest of us. it means round two of these temperatures. all 50 states somewhere had a temperature below freezing. again today, we potentially could be seeing that. right now, atlanta is only 21 degrees. we're talking about record breaking lows through the morning and wave after wave, it's still expected to make its way through. no relief just yet.
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>> no relief just yet. thank you, indra for that. new details about that horrific attack on a jerusalem synagogue. two palestinian cousins barged into a temple in the western part of the holy city on tuesday with a gun and butcher knives, killing four rabbis and killing a police officer. the israeli prime minister calling the attackers, quote, human animals on tuesday night. for the latest, i want to turn to cnn's atika shubert live in jerusalem. atika, officials promising a harsh response to these attacks. >> they are promising a harsh response. in fact, they said that they will demolish the homes of the two assailants. they've already arrested a number of their relatives. and trying to figure out exactly how they coordinated this attack and exactly what triggered it. we may see more reactions as a result. we've already seen, for example, the demolishing of a home of another attacker, the one who carried out the october 22nd attack on a light rail station
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here, killing two people, including an infant. so we can expect more of that from security services but we could also see far more wide ranging implications such as the loosening of gun laws to allow citizens to carry open weapons in the event of an attack, for example. that would be more long term. but it does go to show, the mood on the city is quite on edge, quite tense. and people are waiting to see what will happen next, christine. >> atika shubert. i know you're following it for us. 36 minutes past the hour, a virginia woman is in jail this morning for allegedly working with isis. police say 29-year-old heather coffman conspired and attempted to provide materiel support to the islamic terrorist group. investigators bit their cases against coffman from a series of undercover interviews and from her own inflammatory social media posts. her neighbors are obviously in shock. >> astonished by this. i can't even believe that
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literally something like this is happening right in my back yard. horrifying what they're doing. it's one of those things that i can't even scomprend someone sympathizing. it's just sickening. >> coffman is expected to hear at a hearing today in virginia. police caught the man suspected in a fatal subway shoving in new york city. kevin darden was arrested tuesday at his mother's house. authorities say the 34-year-old has a long rap sheet. he's also accused of pushing another man on subway tracks earlier this month. wai kuen kwok was killed sunday when darden allegedly pushed him on to a train. congratulations to cnn's hero of the year pen farthing, the man who reunited soldiers with stray dogs. the group nowzad dogs is named after a stray he adopted during the war.
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pen farthing will be on "new day" this morning. you can see the entire event, "cnn heroes an all-start tribute" on sunday, 8:00 p.m. eastern right here on cnn. congratulations to everyone. time for an "early start" on "your money." asian stocks ended the day lower. european stocks mixed at this hour. u.s. stock futures barely budge. remember stocks inching higher. s&p 500 climbed to a record close. the eighth in the last ten trading highs. and it's 43rd closing high this year. the dow also closed at a record. stogs booflted by good news. good signs for the german economy and by japan's decision to delay a planned sales tax hike. but global growth still very much a concern going forward. the federal reserve will publish minutes from its october meeting later today. we'll be watching that closely for any hint for a time line as to when the fed might raise interest rates. >> the other big business story, consumer story this had morning, a nationwide recall of vehicles for a faulty device, as many as
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welcome back to "early start." federal safety regulators now seeking a nationwide recall of vehicles with takata air bags that could potentially explode. the expanded recall would affect 20 million vehicles from ten different carmakers.
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the relaters demanding more information from the japanese air bag manufacturer. which is so far dragging its feet on the divest. cnn's will ripley is live in tokyo. this is a huge recall. that many cars on the road right now. this is someone that everyone needs to pay very close attention to, will. >> yeah, absolutely, christine, because these air bags have the potential to explode and shoot shrapnel at the drivers and passengers. people have died. many people have been injured. and here at the company headquarters in tokyo, we tried to speak to somebody in person to ask them how they're going to handle the demand for repair kits in this expanded recall. we were turned away. but a statement was e-mailed to us later. takata basically saying they are not convinced that this problem goes beyond the regional recall that they're struggling to keep up with demand right now. we're talking about 8 million cars that can barely get enough repair kits put together. only about a third of the repair kits by february for that
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regional recall. and if they have to increased number exponentially there are going to be many drivers on the road in the united states who are told that their cars need to be fixed but there simply aren't the parts to fix them. takata saying the expanded recall could mean they're going to have to start sending those valuable and rare repair kits to areas where they might not be needed. they might not be in danger and the company here in tokyo saying that could actually cost people their lives. >> will ripley for us this morning. obviously a really scary situation. and you need to talk to your dealer immediately if you're think you're one of those vehicles. i want to talk about what's coming up on "new day," chris cuomo joins us. >> oh, no, look at the snow. that's what the kid were saying last night when i got home from "the heroes" event. it's just not stop. it's really a weather story, but it isn't, it's about what's happening to people on the ground. one of the stories, one of them, the niagara women's basketball
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team. they go, they play their game in pittsburgh. they want to get home. they can't, the bus gets stuck, five hours, ten hours, 15 hours. i'm not kidding. they run out of food, water. snowmobiles are coming up to help them. and yet, they get on twitter, social media. the kids today they can really sustain themselves with that alone, right? and the coach comes on and says how he kept the team together. it did start to get dire. we're going to talk to them. we're also going to talk with the fire commissioner with some of the emergencies they're responding to up there. it's not about how much accumulation is there. people's lives get changed in a way, we're going to deal with that, not getting to the hospital on time. all of this stuff is happening. and it's not over, in western new york, christine, as you know, they know how to deal with snow. this is overwhelming. we're going to get up there. >> chad myers and wolf, it's been since the 1970s they've seen anything like this.
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so many accumulation. >> you say lake-effect -- >> yeah. >> -- lake-effect makes it falsely benign in my opinion. it's a lake-effect punch in the face. it's not a real punch in the face. >> it was nice to see you last night at "heroes." >> you looked beautiful. >> thank you. -i thought you'd get nominated. thank you. another alleged victim coming forward. supermodel janice dickinson now claiming she, too, is a victim of sexual assault at the hands of comedian bill cosby. you'll hear from her next. at the forefront of advanced electronics. providing technology to get more detail... ♪ detect hidden threats... ♪ see the whole picture... ♪ process critical information, and put it in the hands of our defenders. reaching constantly evolving threats before they reach us. that's the value of performance. northrop grumman.
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iconic comedian bill cosby facing another accusation of sexual assault. a new accusation. tv host and former model janice dickinson telling "entertainment tonight" she met cosby in lake tahoe in 1982 to discuss a possible role in "the cosby show." listen to what she said happened at the end of the evening. >> after dinner in my room, he'd given me wine and a pill. and the next morning i woke up and i wasn't wearing my pajamas. and i remember before i passed out that i had been sexually assaulted by this man. >> we've reached out for comment from cosby's team. his lawyer sending a statement to the wrap website calling
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dickinson's accusations, quote, outrageous, inflammatory lie. netflix has posted the release of the comedian's special "bill cosby 77" that was expected to be streaming live the day after thanksgiving. new video that shows ferguson police officer dare reason wilson on the job in 2013. it comes after the embattled town awaits the decision to indict the officer for the shooting death. listen as wilson approaches a resident for having derelict vehicles on his property. >> what's your name, sir? >> if you want to take a picture -- >> i'm not taking a picture. i'm recording this incident, sir. do i not have the right to record record? >> no, you don't. >> the video is grainy but cnn has confirmed a police report
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confirming that was wilson responding to that call. the death of university of virginia student hannah graham has officially been ruled a homicide. but according to the medical examiner exactly how she died is still undetermined. the 18-year-old vanished in september after a night out with friends. her remains were discovered following a month-long search some ten miles from where she was last seen in charlottesville. the suspect in her disappearance, jesse matthew jr. is currently in jail in charges on another case. breaking overnight, another person diagnosed with ebola. this time a cuban doctor working in sierra leone. feel lick baez sarria is being sent for specialized treatment. he came down with a fever and was diagnosed with ebola the following day. it's unclear how he caught the deadly virus. the centers for disease control is asking congress to
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put more than $6 billion in emergency fund into the fight against ebola. thomas frieden telling lawmakers the cdc is work on barrowed dollars. he said the only way to protect americans from ebola is to stop tell at the source in west africa. he likened the spread of the virus to wildfire. all right. those crazy mob scenes on black friday -- hey, maybe they're a thing of the past. we're going to get an "early start" on "your money" next. begins with the cloud. this is "titanfall," the first multi-player game built and run on microsoft azure. empowering gamers around the world to interact in ways they never thought possible. this cloud turns data into excitement. this is the microsoft cloud. wouldn't it be great if hiring plumbers, shopping online is as easy as it gets.
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let's get an "early start" on "your money" this morning. stock futures pointing slightly lower. it might be finally time to snap
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that record streak perhaps. the s&p 500 climbed to a record close yesterday. the eighth in the last ten trading sessions. the dow also at a high. apple also set a record. it closed at about $115 a share. that stock is up 47% this year. and apple is the most valuable company in the world worth about $670 billion. with the stock on this big rally, some speculate apple could be worth a trailian dollars. traveling around thanksgiving it can be a nightmare but happens once a year, right? but a new report says we'll soon face that kind of airport gridlock year-round. more people are traveling but airport infrastructure isn't keeping up. the u.s. travel association said half of airports have holiday-like congestion once a week. in the next six years all airports will experience crowded terminals, longer flight delays. most americans plan to skip
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black friday shopping. according to a new study by bank rate, 40% of americans plan to shop on black friday. and a big chunk of those, they're going to stick to online shopping. they want to avoid crowded stores. black friday has developed a reputation for long lines and overly aggressive deal hunters. plus shoppers know that deeper discounts could come close to christmas. there is a lot to get to this morning. live coverage of this huge snowstorm eclipsing the northeast. and freezing temperatures across the i've lived in buffalo my whole life and i've never seen it like that. it was scary. >> record-breaking snowfall pounding upstate new york. the dire situations piled higher than the snow. imagine a bunch of kids stranded for over a day. it's being called one of the worst snowstorms in decades, we'll take you to the heart of the storm as much of the nation
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is in a deep freeze this morning. >> scenes of terror, we're learning more about what happened inside of the synagogue in jerusalem where attackers took the lives of five people including three americans worshippers showing up for prayers this morning in a show of strength as israel vow as harsh response. another woman coming forward accusing bill cosby of sexual assault, former model janice, dickinson says she, too, was a victim. this as the comedian loses a major business venture. your "new day" starts right now. >> announcer: this is "new day," with chris cuomo, kate boldaun and michaela pereira. good morning, welcome to new day, it is wednesday, november 19th, 6:00 in the east, almost, chris cuomo and brooke baldwin here with breaking news, buffalo buried under six feet of snow, six feet. we're close to making a wrong kind of history here, people, the national weather service is
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reporting totals approaching 76 inches, that would be a 6'4"-person buried. >> we haven't even got ton thanksgiving yet and this is what people are dealing with four fatalities blamed on the system. ky tell you this morning a state of emergency has been declared. the national guard has been activated. and a 100-mile stretch of the new york state thruway has been shut down. we have complete coverage this morning. meteorologist jennifer gray is braving it in buffalo with the latest. jennifer? >> overnight more record-shattering lake-effect snow paralyzing parts of western new york. buffalo now in a state of emergency. as the governor deploys the national guard for help. >> this is a very serious storm. >> you have to six feet of snow and climbing. first responders carrying patients to the hospital on foot. the snow so deep in some

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